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The locale in Ashbury called 'Berrycroft.' Photo by Neil B. Maw

Ashbury Planning Applications

This listing is a representative sample of some of the planning applications that were received and proccessed by Ashbury Parish Council between the years 2009 and 2014

A new house in Church Lane called Four Winds
An extension to a Grain Store at Berrycroft Farm
Replace a dilapidated garage with a garden studio at Sarsen Cottage, Kingston Winslow
Replace a garage with an annex at Sarsen Cottage, Kingston Winslow
New Village Green and residential development off Idstone Road, Ashbury
Building on College Farm, documents from 1975 and 1984, a certified legal undertaking by the Reade family
Loft conversion at The Croft, Ashbury
Erection of a new detached three bed dwelling on land adjacent to Tilling, The Lane, Berrycroft, Ashbury
Convert a redundant farm building to create a new dwelling on land and barn adjoining Savernake Brake, Longcot Rd, Shrivenham.
There are also three examples of Naming and Numbering of small developments through the local council for, Knoll Cottage, Idstone; Lower Mill Paddock, Kingstone Winslow and 5 The Malthouses, Ashbury, (alias Farriers Cottage). 
There is also an earlier batch of papers from the 1960s concerning a planning application by W. Jefferies, to errect a dwelling on a plot of land in the high street, and its subsequent rejection.
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